Brain and Cognition

Reducing workplace burnout: the relative benefits of cardiovascular and resistance exercise
23 citations · 9,350 views · 2,989 downloads
Illusory resizing of the painful knee is analgesic in symptomatic knee osteoarthritis
15 citations · 10,108 views · 1,095 downloads
Effects of mental health interventions for students in higher education are sustainable over time: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
13 citations · 6,356 views · 2,603 downloads
No tears in heaven: did the media create the pseudo-phenomenon “altitude-adjusted lachrymosity syndrome (AALS)”?
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Mindfulness and autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR)
6 citations · 6,198 views · 2,080 downloads
Psychometric properties of the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS): measurement invariance between athletes and non-athletes and construct validity
8 citations · 3,987 views · 4,014 downloads
The voluntary control of piloerection
2 citations · 6,603 views · 501 downloads
Emotional competence relating to perceived stress and burnout in Spanish teachers: a mediator model
20 citations · 4,421 views · 1,651 downloads
The timing mega-study: comparing a range of experiment generators, both lab-based and online
1 citation · 5,201 views · 692 downloads
Expectancy effects in the Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response
4 citations · 4,115 views · 1,242 downloads
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My article has been published today in @thePeerJ https://t.co/HQgBhFrBsp #Anthropology #Biodiversity #ConservationBiology #Ecology #FoodScienceandTechnology

Psychometric properties of the Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire-8 in two Spanish nonclinical samples https://t.co/QYy38nt6uU @thePeerJ https://t.co/kwefPuUJO3

New paper published online today with @FabioSarto3 @GioCo_vr. Endurance athletes perform better in dynamic and static balance control in dual-task conditions with respect to team players. New insights on cognitive-motor task interference in athletes! https://t.co/51HLsoNsic https://t.co/6EiFLFvzYL

Effect of shooting experience on executive function: differences between experts and novices https://t.co/J3F6bzdtdV @thePeerJ

Integrated jerk as an indicator of affinity for artificial agent kinematics: laptop and virtual reality experiments involving index finger motion during two-digit grasping https://t.co/Nw9I5aC2aN @thePeerJ https://t.co/uEc3CDmhYC

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Intergenerational implications of alcohol intake: metabolic disorders in alcohol-naïve rat offspring https://t.co/p0iSBbDe4C @thePeerJ

Resilience is inversely associated with self-harm behaviors among Chinese adolescents with childhood maltreatment https://t.co/hgBFoIB4B8 @thePeerJ https://t.co/hUbObP5Zjf

Reduced organizational skills in adults with ADHD are due to deficits in persistence, not in strategies https://t.co/Mo3X1Xdz61 @thePeerJ

The curious case of the people who can control their goosebumps
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-07-curious-case-people-goosebumps.html

In the flesh: Some people can give themselves goose bumps, study shows
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2018/08/23/some-people-can-give-themselves-goose-bumps/1072255002/

Creating goosebumps at will may be more interesting than it sounds
https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/08/creating-goosebumps-at-will-may-be-more-interesting-than-it-sounds/

MedicalXpress: The curious case of the people who can control their goosebumps
https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-07-curious-case-people-goosebumps.html